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#21
Downgrade you are male, right? Did you struggle with your weight as a teenager? I have struggled my whole life. I have been thinner at some times but right now I'm so sick of the struggle!
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#22
lonelygirl Wrote:Downgrade you are male, right? Did you struggle with your weight as a teenager? I have struggled my whole life. I have been thinner at some times but right now I'm so sick of the struggle!

I struggled for 14 years with it; until finally calming it last year. My peak was about 230 I think, and I was 12 then. I had went through a lot of harassment and teasing in elementary and middle school, so I decided to do a work out program (google HIIT if you want to know about it), and dropped from 220 to 155 in 6 months (it was somewhat healthy; I lost about 20 lbs of muscle though).

I was partially anorexic before then, and after I had done the diet I had cut off my eating substantially, so people still do think I am partially anorexic.

Now, I'll eat a nutri-grain bar for breakfast with a vitamin, a school lunch (if anything), then when I get home I'll eat a sandwich and then wait until dinner and eat a small dinner (unless we cook). So on days that I go out, I can let loose and eat whatever I want. (My caloric intake is about 1000-1200 calories daily, which is less than half of what average people eat, so I can eat that for one or two days, then I can eat a 2000-2500 calorie meal the next day and not have to worry about it). Plus I lift weights and play tennis, so it keeps me in shape and I don't have any more problems with my weight anymore. But I do have problems with my looks (I have cellulite and I don't know how to get rid of it aside from pills, so that takes a toll on my looks). And I've always had a desire to look good, so it helps it along.


Usually, it isn't the fact that you take in too much food, it is that the lifestyle doesn't help burn the calories taken in, or stress and depression add on fat, too. (Well, depression and boredom, for me, makes me hungry, so it adds on fat).
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#23
Hi Downgrade, are you male or female?

To my knowledge nothing really works specifically for cellulite except for staying hydrated, drinking a lot of water. The treatment called "Endermologie" supossedly helps but it is expensive requires a lot of treatments and may be temporary.
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#24
i've struggled with weight too.. Sad and yeah the teasing sucks... but u know..

anyone is beautiful on their own.. and dieting and losing weight because people are criticizing you wont help. do it on your own pace and because u want to be healthy. ;-)

theres a new product from nivea, which was shown in ellen degeneres' show that helps with cellulites.. hehehe. i have a crush on ellen thats y i watch her show. lol.
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#25
I'm not allowed to post a pic of me, sorry.

I'm not fat, I'm actually a pretty small and thin (not anorexic or anything, I just have a small body.) I'm just not beautiful, my hair is always messy and frizzy, my face is pretty ugly and my body is not developed enough for someone my age, if you know what I mean.
So basically I don't fit the stereotype of "attractive".
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#26
lonelygirl Wrote:Hi Downgrade, are you male or female?

To my knowledge nothing really works specifically for cellulite except for staying hydrated, drinking a lot of water. The treatment called "Endermologie" supossedly helps but it is expensive requires a lot of treatments and may be temporary.


Yea, I'm a male.

I've tried staying hydrated. Normally I will drink about 3-4 bottles of water a day and 1-2 glasses of milk. It never helped.
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#27
WOW. That's great downgrade. About drinking so much water.
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#28
lonelygirl Wrote:WOW. That's great downgrade. About drinking so much water.

Heh, thanks. I've been getting slack about it for the last few months, so I'm a bit disappointed with myself.

Gibo, I actually had to force myself on a diet to start out with. That didn't last (7th grade year), and then I just went through the school year on depression foods and comfort foods, then I was like "I'm tired of being ridiculed for my weight, I'm tired of being like my father and being so unhealthy, so I'm putting a stop to it."

So I dropped the weight, but I'm still learning my style, heh. I use to just pick out clothes and not care about what I wore, now I care about my appearance.
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#29
as much as i dont mind a good nude umm its against the rules of the forums and host provider to have nudes on forum ,minors do read the site,nd we could have the forums shut down if the host sees the nudes so please dont post these kinds of pic
people who abuse the only forum you can post in unregiste is going to cause that no one can post unless registerd its a shame .......
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#30
'Erica'- I reported your pic to the moderators, so hopefully it will get removed soon. I think I'm less trusting than lonely2beeme, since I automatically you were pranking us and weren't being genuine. This forum is a really useful and important place for a lot of people. Please don't try to mess it up for us.
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